I’ve been a musician longer than I’ve been a journalist, but recording took a back seat to writing, until I had a "lucky" stroke. This post explains why…
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Here’s my approach to environmental journalism in this age of consequential complexity and click-seeking news as noise
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Message to Musk: The Side of Twitter That Can Save Lives in Weather Emergencies Also Makes MoneyListen now (62 min) | We chat with Jim Moffitt, an engineer who just quit Twitter but hasn't given up on the potential for this global real-time town…
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In his first interview since quitting, Jim Moffitt, aka @Snowman, explores how the public-service value of Twitter can be sustained there or elsewhere.
So much of what we discussed in the hot summer of 2018 still holds true.
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Explore a buffet of bite-size video excerpts from my deep dive on climate and energy challenges and choices with the "skeptical environmentalist" and an…
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Emergency preparedness experts and professionals wisely warn of peril if the unique attributes of Twitter in tracking and responding to unfolding…
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Sustain What Podcast👂🏼- For Population Impact, Pay Less Attention to 8 Billion and more to 1.3 Billion (15-24-year olds)Listen now (74 min) | My Columbia Climate School conversation with experts and practitioners about how global futures depend on the quality of girls…
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After a two-century spike, huge demographic shifts are under way. Pay less attention to debates about explosions and collapse, and more to fostering…
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Mastodon is a cul-de-sac, not a crossroads (yet); here are more ways Twitter still matters if you don't rely on your feed
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LIVE - Fielding Your Questions About COP27 and International Climate and Energy [In]ActionI’m not in Egypt for this year’s climate negotiations for a variety of reasons. But I’m tracking issues there and have covered such COPs for more than…
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In the long run, Musk's Twitter takeover may be seen as serving as an overdue stimulus for innovation in pursuit of sustainable, open, civil online…
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